A community can be a few city blocks or an entire state, a workplace or a university, a community center or a place of worship, a preschool or an assisted living facility. Wherever you hope your career in community health leads to, our Master of Public Health (MPH) specialization in Community Health can prepare you to analyze the public health needs of those around you and develop programs to improve the population’s health. Become a community health education, executive health director or any number of other roles whose job it is to make the lives of others happier and healthier.
Offered online and taught by a team of public health experts, the Master of Public Health (MPH) from Concordia University, Nebraska is grounded in the Christian faith and can be completed in as few as two years and 8 weeks. Because public health entails so many professions, any number of majors will have prepared you for this program, including community health, biology, human services, and exercise science. And, the GRE is not required, making it even more convenient for working professionals.
The next start date for Community Health Education is Monday, Aug 28.
Concordia University, Nebraska’s Master of Public Health is a 39 credit-hour degree program. Concordia will accept up to 9 credit hours of qualifying transfer credit for this online program.
Community Health Education
Whether you're most comfortable studying with a group of peers in class, at your own pace from the comforts of your home, or a mix of both, we offer you the choice between on-campus, online or hybrid course options.